Youth Sports Jan. 16, 2019

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  • Courtesy photo The Coeur d’Alene Hockey Association Thunder Bantam 14-and-under travel team went 2-1-1 and placed fifth overall in a recent tournament in Salmon. There were 10 teams in the tournament, from Idaho, Montana and Utah. Coeur d’Alene goalie Cole Andres earned his USA Hockey Zero Club Patch for posting a shutout vs. Salmon Rapids. In the front row from left are Dayn Weaver, Calvin Coppess, Davis Veach, Joey Vaughn, Riley Miller, Adrian Anderson and Cole Andres; and back row from left, Quintin Harrison, Quinlin Schell, Luke Adams, Zane Hill, Carson Costello and Simon Wherity.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 6s and 4s competed at the National Judges Cup in Overland Park, Kan. From left are Eden Lamburth, Kayce George and Aliyah Williams.

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    Courtesy photo Piper St. John of Avant Coeur Gymnastics competed in Level 3 at the National Judges Cup in Overland Park, Kan.

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    Courtesy photo Danica McCormick, left, and Madalyn McCormick competed in Level 8 for Avant Coeur Gymnastics at the National Judges Cup in Overland Park, Kan.

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    Courtesy photo The Avant Coeur Gymnastics Optional Boys team competed at the Washington Open in Seattle. In the front row from left are Brandon Decker, Grayson Mcklendin, Jesse St. Onge, Henry Pals and Kyle Morse; and rear, coach Jerry Blakely.

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    Courtesy photo Idaho took 8th out of 17 states competing in Level 7 at the National Judges Cup in Overland Park, Kan. In the front row from left are Hannah Crawford (Boise), Presleigh Hines (Boise) and Hannah Milne (Driggs); middle row from left, Madalyn McCormick (Coeur d’Alene), Macy Crawford (Boise) and Nikki Lavarello (Boise); and back row from left, coaches Meghan Henze (Boise), Cheri Milne (Driggs), Barbara DePasquale (Coeur d’Alene), Natalie Lee (Boise) and Kelsey Kato (Coeur d’Alene).

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    Courtesy photo The T3 Smack U16 volleyball team solidified their placement for ERVA Power League at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake on Sunday. In the front row from left are Paige Drechsel, Maggie Bloom, Sarah Wilkey and Hannah Rowan; and back row from left, Angela Goggin, Sophia TurningRobe, Brenna Hawkins, Mia Roberson, Courtney Garwood, Lauryn Fuller, Jaya Miller, Kiki Cates and coach Robin Reese.

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    Courtesy photo The Spokane Junior Chiefs 10 and under youth hockey team, featuring some players and coaches from the Coeur d’Alene area, has been invited to the prestigious Fargo International Squirt Invitational. At the event, the Junior Chiefs will face international teams, as well as teams from Canada and the U.S. The Junior Chiefs, competing under the umbrella of the Spokane Area Youth Hockey Association, has a record of 36-6-1 this season, facing teams from Utah, Oregon, Montana and British Columbia to date. It has been more than 20 years since a Spokane team has been asked to participate in this tournament. The last time Spokane sent a 10U team to Fargo for this event, one of the members of that team was Tysen Azevedo, now 30, and the head coach of the current team. One of the assistant coaches is Lee Nagle of Post Falls, who started coaching three of these boys -- Landon Nagle, David Aggen (Coeur d’Alene) and Matthew Latscha (Coeur d’Alene) -- when they were 5 years old in Coeur d’Alene. The team has started a Facebook page titled Spokane Jr. Chiefs 10U A-1. In the front row from left are Drayson Fields and Alison LeBret; second row from left, Henry Anselmo, David Aggen, Brayden Smith, Will Pattison, Jalon Bryant, Jordyn Miller, Landon Nagle, Matthew Latscha, Caden Stoltz, Gavin Smith, Dayton Popple and Akira Ona; and back row from left, Josh Knight, Tysen Azevedo, Lee Nagle and Paxton Bell.

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    Courtesy photo Kali McKellips (pictured above) scored two goals as the Thorns North FC 03 girls soccer team beat the Washington Rush G03 Nero B 3-1 last Sunday. Breanna Widener scored one goal for the Thorns.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Level 3s placed second at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash. In the front is Karlie Mosqueda; second row from left, McKenzie Labelle, Madeleine Hoare and Zoey Fletcher; and back row from left, Lillian Welton, Elizabeth Hoare, Allison Porcello and Emily Russell.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Xcel Silvers placed third at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash. In the front row from left are Mackenzie Wyant, Libby Huffman and Jordyn Cox; and back row from left, Sierra Harvey, Mia Schug, Morgan Rossberg, Tatum Easterday and Charlotte Hite.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Level 6s competed at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash. From left are Dianna Bustillos, Cadence Wurster and Naomi Fritts.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Xcel Golds placed second at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash., From left are Elyse Hemmenway, Kaitlynn Butler and Mikalah Shouse.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Level 4s took first place team at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash. In the front row from left are Kirsten Iames and Elsa Laker; and back row from left, Khloe Martin, Caitlin Costello and Mady Riley.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Level 2s competed at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash. In the front row from left are Shauna Clark, Josslyn Clements, Jessie Shepler, Natalie Prince and Kendall Tryon; and back row from left, Holli Reavis, Jorgia Smither, Mallory Secord, Viviann Crebs (level 3) and Taylynn Lee.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Xcel Platinums and Xcel Diamonds competed at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash. From left are Natalie Brett, Amber Shoolroy and Bethany Frey.

  • Courtesy photo The Coeur d’Alene Hockey Association Thunder Bantam 14-and-under travel team went 2-1-1 and placed fifth overall in a recent tournament in Salmon. There were 10 teams in the tournament, from Idaho, Montana and Utah. Coeur d’Alene goalie Cole Andres earned his USA Hockey Zero Club Patch for posting a shutout vs. Salmon Rapids. In the front row from left are Dayn Weaver, Calvin Coppess, Davis Veach, Joey Vaughn, Riley Miller, Adrian Anderson and Cole Andres; and back row from left, Quintin Harrison, Quinlin Schell, Luke Adams, Zane Hill, Carson Costello and Simon Wherity.

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    Courtesy photo Avant Coeur Gymnastics Level 6s and 4s competed at the National Judges Cup in Overland Park, Kan. From left are Eden Lamburth, Kayce George and Aliyah Williams.

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    Courtesy photo Piper St. John of Avant Coeur Gymnastics competed in Level 3 at the National Judges Cup in Overland Park, Kan.

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    Courtesy photo Danica McCormick, left, and Madalyn McCormick competed in Level 8 for Avant Coeur Gymnastics at the National Judges Cup in Overland Park, Kan.

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    Courtesy photo The Avant Coeur Gymnastics Optional Boys team competed at the Washington Open in Seattle. In the front row from left are Brandon Decker, Grayson Mcklendin, Jesse St. Onge, Henry Pals and Kyle Morse; and rear, coach Jerry Blakely.

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    Courtesy photo Idaho took 8th out of 17 states competing in Level 7 at the National Judges Cup in Overland Park, Kan. In the front row from left are Hannah Crawford (Boise), Presleigh Hines (Boise) and Hannah Milne (Driggs); middle row from left, Madalyn McCormick (Coeur d’Alene), Macy Crawford (Boise) and Nikki Lavarello (Boise); and back row from left, coaches Meghan Henze (Boise), Cheri Milne (Driggs), Barbara DePasquale (Coeur d’Alene), Natalie Lee (Boise) and Kelsey Kato (Coeur d’Alene).

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    Courtesy photo The T3 Smack U16 volleyball team solidified their placement for ERVA Power League at the HUB Sports Center in Liberty Lake on Sunday. In the front row from left are Paige Drechsel, Maggie Bloom, Sarah Wilkey and Hannah Rowan; and back row from left, Angela Goggin, Sophia TurningRobe, Brenna Hawkins, Mia Roberson, Courtney Garwood, Lauryn Fuller, Jaya Miller, Kiki Cates and coach Robin Reese.

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    Courtesy photo The Spokane Junior Chiefs 10 and under youth hockey team, featuring some players and coaches from the Coeur d’Alene area, has been invited to the prestigious Fargo International Squirt Invitational. At the event, the Junior Chiefs will face international teams, as well as teams from Canada and the U.S. The Junior Chiefs, competing under the umbrella of the Spokane Area Youth Hockey Association, has a record of 36-6-1 this season, facing teams from Utah, Oregon, Montana and British Columbia to date. It has been more than 20 years since a Spokane team has been asked to participate in this tournament. The last time Spokane sent a 10U team to Fargo for this event, one of the members of that team was Tysen Azevedo, now 30, and the head coach of the current team. One of the assistant coaches is Lee Nagle of Post Falls, who started coaching three of these boys -- Landon Nagle, David Aggen (Coeur d’Alene) and Matthew Latscha (Coeur d’Alene) -- when they were 5 years old in Coeur d’Alene. The team has started a Facebook page titled Spokane Jr. Chiefs 10U A-1. In the front row from left are Drayson Fields and Alison LeBret; second row from left, Henry Anselmo, David Aggen, Brayden Smith, Will Pattison, Jalon Bryant, Jordyn Miller, Landon Nagle, Matthew Latscha, Caden Stoltz, Gavin Smith, Dayton Popple and Akira Ona; and back row from left, Josh Knight, Tysen Azevedo, Lee Nagle and Paxton Bell.

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    Courtesy photo Kali McKellips (pictured above) scored two goals as the Thorns North FC 03 girls soccer team beat the Washington Rush G03 Nero B 3-1 last Sunday. Breanna Widener scored one goal for the Thorns.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Level 3s placed second at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash. In the front is Karlie Mosqueda; second row from left, McKenzie Labelle, Madeleine Hoare and Zoey Fletcher; and back row from left, Lillian Welton, Elizabeth Hoare, Allison Porcello and Emily Russell.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Xcel Silvers placed third at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash. In the front row from left are Mackenzie Wyant, Libby Huffman and Jordyn Cox; and back row from left, Sierra Harvey, Mia Schug, Morgan Rossberg, Tatum Easterday and Charlotte Hite.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Level 6s competed at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash. From left are Dianna Bustillos, Cadence Wurster and Naomi Fritts.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Xcel Golds placed second at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash., From left are Elyse Hemmenway, Kaitlynn Butler and Mikalah Shouse.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Level 4s took first place team at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash. In the front row from left are Kirsten Iames and Elsa Laker; and back row from left, Khloe Martin, Caitlin Costello and Mady Riley.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Level 2s competed at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash. In the front row from left are Shauna Clark, Josslyn Clements, Jessie Shepler, Natalie Prince and Kendall Tryon; and back row from left, Holli Reavis, Jorgia Smither, Mallory Secord, Viviann Crebs (level 3) and Taylynn Lee.

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    Courtesy photo Technique Gymnastics Xcel Platinums and Xcel Diamonds competed at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash. From left are Natalie Brett, Amber Shoolroy and Bethany Frey.

GYMNASTICS

Avant Coeur Gymnastics: This past weekend the Avant Coeur girls traveled to Overland Park, Kan., for the National Judges Cup. Madalyn McCormick qualified to compete for the Level 7 State Team representing Idaho. This was Team ACG’s first competition of the 2019 season.

Level 3

Piper St. John took 6th on Vault with a 9.100, 5th on Beam with a 8.550, and 6th All Around with a 34.350

Level 4

Kayce George took 9th on Beam with a 8.275, 7th on Floor with a 8.100 and 9th All Around with a 31.300

Level 6

Eden Lamburth had a high of 9.025 on Floor

Aliyah Williams had a high of 9.000 on Floor

Level 8

Madalyn McCormick took 1st on Floor with a 9.175

Danica McCormick tied for 2nd on Floor with a 8.975

The Avant Coeur boys team competed in the Washington Open in Seattle.

Level 8

Grayson McKlendin took 3rd on Floor with a 11.700, 2nd on PBars with a 11.900, 2nd on High Bar with a 11.400 and 1st All-Around with a 69.000

Brandon Decker took 2nd Pommel Horse with a 11.000, 3rd on Rings with a 11.200, and 6th All-Around with a 62.900

Level 9

Jesse St. Onge took 2nd on Floor with a 11.800, 2nd on Pommel Horse with a 10.700, 1st on Rings with a 11.500, 2nd on PBars with a 11.100 and 1st All-Around with a 66.300

Level 10

Kyle Morse had a high of 10.800 on Rings and a high of 11.000 on Vault

Henry Pals took 8th on Rings with a 11.400

Technique Gymnastics kicked off the season at The Winter Spirit 2019 in Clarkston, Wash. The following gymnasts placed in the top 3 for each level:

Level 2

Taylynn Lee: 1st on Bars, 3rd on Beam, and 1st AA

Natalie Prince: 1st on Floor, 2nd on Vault and beam, and 2nd AA

Josslynn Clements: 3rd on Vault and Floor, and 3rd AA

Holli Reavis: 2nd on Bars and Beam

Kendall Tryon: 1st on Beam, and 3rd on Vault

Shauna Clark: 1st on Vault, 2nd on Beam, and 3rd on Floor

Level 3

McKenzie Labelle: 1st on Vault, Bars, and Floor, 2nd on Beam, and 1st AA

Lillian Welton: 1st on Beam, 2nd on Vault and Bars, 3rd on Floor, and 2nd AA

Elizabeth Hoare: 2nd on Beam

Madeleine Hoare: 2nd on Floor, 3rd on Vault and Bars, and 3rd AA

Zoey Fletcher: 2nd on Vault

Allison Porcello: 3rd on Floor

Karlie Mosqueda: 3rd on Beam

Level 3 took home a 2nd place team award

Level 4

Caitlin Cosello: 1st on Vault, Bars, and Floor, and 1st AA

Kirsten Iames: 1st on Floor, 2nd on Bars, 3rd on Beam, and 2nd AA

Khloe Martin: 2nd on Floor, Bars, Beam, and 2nd AA

Mady Riley: 3rd on Vault and Beam

Elsa Laker: 2nd on Vault, and 3rd on Floor

Level 4 took home a 1st place team award

Level 6

Dianna Bustillos: 2nd on Bars, and 3rd on Floor

Naomi Fritts: 3rd on Beam

Xcel Silver

Mackenzie Wyant: 1st on Beam, and 3rd on Vault

Tatum Easterday: 3rd on Bars

Sierra Harvey: 1st on Beam, and 3rd on Vault

Charlotte Hite: 3rd on Floor

Xcel Silver took home a 3rd place team award

Xcel Gold

Elyse Hemenway: 2nd on Beam, 3rd on Bars and Floor, and 1st AA

Mikalah Shouse: 1st on Vault and Floor, 2nd on Bars, and 1st AA

Xcel Gold took home a 2nd place team award

Xcel Platinum

Natalie Brett: 1st on Beam, and 3rd AA

Amber Shoolroy: 1st on Bars

Xcel Diamond

Bethany Frey: 1st on Vault, Bars, Beam, and Floor, and 1st AA

RATHDRUM PARKS AND

RECREATION

Indoor Soccer

Winter Kickers (3 & 4 yr. old)

Dairy Queen – Red & Pristine Cleaning CDA

Evelyn Gray (5), Avery Schneider (2), Waylon Bardwell (1), Karsen Winn (1), Harley Rivera (1), Avery Terry (2), Guster Stevens (2), Cole Luzzo (2)

Dairy Queen – White & Seright’s Ace Hardware

Kinsley Bradetich (1), Kacen Lohmiller (4), Micah Smulkowski (2), Luke Jabbay (6), Braelynn Yaryan (1)

Badger Building Center & CDA Honda

Parker Siegel (1), Brody Cantrell (5), Mikia Hodgkins (4), Jax Henderson (1)

BOWLING

Sunset Bowling Center

Pee Wees

High Scratch Game Girl - Scarlett Goss - 63

Preps

High Scratch Game Boy - Andrew Kuespert - 105

High Scratch Series Boy - Zaiden Hunter - 259

High Handicap Game Boy - Camron Pike - 203

High Scratch Game Girl - Jessabell Hart - 83

High Scratch Series Girl - Drew Hammond - 217

High Handicap Game Girl - Ruby Goodknight - 192

High Handicap Series Girl - Kailyn Fisher - 534

Juniors

High Scratch Game Boy - Aaron Hast - 210

High Scratch Series Boy - Tyson Bushell - 571

High Handicap Game Boy - Tyler Schoen - 272

High Handicap Series Boy - Tyler Clarke - 704

High Scratch Game Girl - Violet Hammond - 158

High Scratch Series Girl - Daphnee Hammond - 313

High Handicap Game Girl - Jody Hammond - 262

200 Games: Aaron Hast - 210; Tyson Bushell - 208; Wyatt Grunwald - 202

River City Lanes

Jan. 5

PREPS

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Donny Shaw 219, 181, 174.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Donny Shaw 574, Jacob Moore 348, Westin Herbert 287.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Bella Radan 122, Dakota Medina 121, 118.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Dakota Medina 328, Bella Rodan 314, Jordyn Cord 294.

BANTAMS

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Tristan Cord 96, Aiden Steffensen 88.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Tristan Cord 168, Aiden Steffensen 138.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Ryllee Kaup 67, Sarah Mueller 64.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Ryllee Kaup 126, Sarah Mueller 114.

JUNIORS

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Cassidy Peacock 256, Brycen Clift 248, Brayden Herbert 247, Cassidy Peacock 246.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Cassidy Peacock 702, Conner Yokomizo 635, Brayden Herbert 630, Brycen Clift 605.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Mackenzie Couch 192, Destanie Hoerner 185, Hailey Howard 167, Ellie Powell 166.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Hailey Howard 461, Mackenzie Couch 459, Destanie Hoerner 453, Ellie Powell 441.

Jan. 10

HIGH SCHOOL

BOYS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Tate Moylan 257, 226, Brycen Clift 217.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Tate Moylan 696, Brayden Herbert 538, Holden LaMastus 518.

GIRLS

HIGH SCRATCH GAMES — Shaynie Montee 256, 232, Hailey Howard 187.

HIGH SCRATCH SERIES — Shaynie Montee 666, Hailey Howard 452, Veronika Peacock 377.

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